Atlanta dating ideas

We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite rainy day activities and romantic date ideas to keep you and your honey dry and entertained when the weather is inclement.

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Afterward, enjoy cocktails and savory bites before stopping by the Kiss Me Arch photo booth to capture the evening’s memories. You and your sweetie will see landmarks including Phipps Plaza, Centennial Olympic Park, Turner Field and the Georgia Dome while flying high in a VIP four-seater Bell Long Ranger helicopter. We’re head over heels for Chef de Cuisine Justin Gottselig’s asparagus agnolotti.

See your city sparkle at night while sitting next to the love of your life. “I usually like to rotate some sort of stuffed pasta that highlights the season,” Justin says. , offers her personal chef services to couples right in the comfort of their own kitchen.

It requires a substantial amount of ab control, but it also requires you to understand your body pretty well,” she says. Keep the momentum going and break a sweat with your date at Old Fourth Ward Park.

The event, which is themed The King and Queen of Hearts, offers guests an opportunity to renew their vows in the Rose Garden at one of two renewal ceremonies.

From there, lovebirds can ogle popular sweet-smelling flowers inside the Garden’s annual Orchid Daze exhibit. End the night with a 30-minute helicopter ride over Buckhead and downtown Atlanta with North Atlanta Executive Air Service. 246 in downtown Decatur, now serving up its new spring menu.

However, one problem still remains unsolved by modern technology: where to go on the first date. Roswell’s Canton Street is always a solid place to grab dinner OTP and for making a great impression on a first date.

Head to Osteria Mattone’s expansive stone patio for wine and shared plates of pasta on a pleasant evening.

We’ve got you covered with great some great options. Since he moved to Atlanta in 2001, he’s made it a mission to find great outdoor adventures in Georgia and throughout the South.

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